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more light #311

Masonic New year

by Ed Halpaus
Grand Lodge Education Officer
Grand Lodge of A. F. & A. M. of Minnesota


Below is another fine piece I received from Brother Ken Baril with his best wishes for a Healthy, Happy, and safe 2011.  With his permission I will add my name to what he wrote to wish the same to you and your loved ones.  Im sure you will enjoy reading the following by an unknown writer. Thanks for submitting it Brother Ken! Ed.

NEW YEAR

I enter my Masonic New Year with the understanding that I am making a fresh start.  I begin by discarding thoughts, attitudes, and habits that are not compatible with an excellent life.  I let go of whatever caused past discouragement, disappointment, or disagreement.  I know that seemingly negative outcomes are desires or goals that are yet to be fulfilled.  I am open and receptive to new ideas, activities, and relationships.

Each day, I can follow a fresh plan of fulfillment.  I act on divine ideas that I receive in moments of prayer, and inspiration.  These ideas flow through wholesome, positive, thoughts.  As I use creative thinking to build, upon divine ideas, my activities and my abilities are enhanced.  Therefore, I enter this New Year with optimism, joy, and enthusiasm.
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